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NVIDIA Scoops Up Wins at COMPUTEX Best Choice Awards


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Building on more than a dozen years of stacking wins at the COMPUTEX trade show’s annual Best Choice Awards, NVIDIA was today honored with BCAs for its latest technologies.

The NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip won the Computer and System Category Award; the NVIDIA Spectrum-X AI Ethernet networking platform won the Networking and Communication Category Award; and the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software platform won a Golden Award.

The awards — judged on the functionality, innovation and market potential of products exhibited at the leading computer and technology expo — were announced ahead of the show, which runs from June 4-7, in Taipei.

NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will deliver a COMPUTEX keynote address on Sunday, June 2, at 7 p.m. Taiwan time, at the NTU Sports Center and online.

NVIDIA AI Enterprise Takes Gold

NVIDIA AI Enterprise — a cloud-native software platform that streamlines the development and deployment of copilots and other generative AI applications — won a Golden Award.

The platform lifts the burden of maintaining and securing complex AI software, so businesses can focus on building and harnessing the technology’s game-changing insights.

Microservices that come with NVIDIA AI Enterprise — including NVIDIA NIM and NVIDIA CUDA-X — optimize model performance and run anywhere with enterprise-grade security, support and stability, offering users a smooth transition from prototype to production.

Plus, the platform’s ability to improve AI performance results in better overall utilization of computing resources. This means companies using NVIDIA AI Enterprise need fewer servers to support the same workloads, greatly reducing their energy costs and data center footprint.

More BCA Wins for NVIDIA Technologies

NVIDIA GH200 and Spectrum-X were named best in their respective categories.

The NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper Superchip is the world’s first truly heterogeneous accelerated platform for AI and high-performance computing workloads. It combines the power-efficient NVIDIA Grace CPU with an NVIDIA Hopper architecture-based GPU over a high-bandwidth 900GB/s coherent NVIDIA NVLink chip-to-chip interconnect.

The superchip — shipping worldwide and powering more than 40 AI supercomputers across global research centers, system makers and cloud providers — supercharges scientific innovation with accelerated computing and scale-out solutions for AI inference, large language models, recommenders, vector databases, HPC applications and more.

The Spectrum-X platform, featuring NVIDIA Spectrum SN5600 switches and NVIDIA BlueField-3 SuperNICs, is the world’s first Ethernet fabric built for AI, accelerating generative AI network performance 1.6x over traditional Ethernet fabrics.

It can serve as the backend AI fabric for any AI cloud or large enterprise deployment, and is available from major server manufacturers as part of the full NVIDIA AI stack.

NVIDIA Partners Recognized

Other BCA winners include NVIDIA partners Acer, ASUS, MSI and YUAN, which were given Golden Awards for their respective laptops, gaming motherboards and smart-city applications — all powered by NVIDIA technologies, such as NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPUs, the NVIDIA Studio platform for creative workflows and the NVIDIA Jetson platform for edge AI and robotics.

ASUS also won a Computer and System Category Award, while MSI won a Gaming and Entertainment Category Award.

Learn more about the latest generative AI, HPC and networking technologies by joining NVIDIA at COMPUTEX.

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